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Southern Heroines.interesting Adventures and Escapes. No one trait of the human character has been so fully demonstrated during the history of this war as that of the indomitable courage of our. Southern ladies. Incidents without number have occurred in illustration of this fact, and the following will only serve to develop the special cases in point; Miss Ellis M. S. Poole. We published yesterday a letter to the Philadelphia Press, written from Washington, in which is given an account of the Washington female prisoners. Among the prisoners named is Miss Ellie M. S. Poole, of whom a number of things is said which have no foundation in truth. The Norfolk Day Book, of the aid instant, says: Miss Pool arrived here last evening in the flag of truce steamer, and we had the pleasure of an interview with her. She is an intelligent and pleasing lady, and, withal, possesses a fervor of patriotism which no tortures of the enemy could dampen. Our conversation with her convi